Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College


Past Honors Theses

  • John Green
    Does Freedom Imply Morality?: The Understanding and Interrelation of Freedom, Action, and Morality in Kant and Nietzsche's Normative Philosophy (2015)
  • Aidan Kestigian
    Respect for Individuals in Theories of Criminalization (2012)
  • Kenneth Monroe
    Freedom and Normative Neutrality: Assessing Robert Nozick's Libertarianism (2012)
  • Christopher Speth
    Happiness Through Virtue: The Egoistic Reasons for Morality (2012)
  • Robert Carry Osborne
    The Satisfactions of Subjectivity: A Defense of Idealism (2011)
  • Sherri Lynn Conklin
    Blame and Moral Indifference (2010)
  • Paloma Naderi
    Can We Talk About Women as Women? A Philosophical Inquiry into the Feminist Essentialist Debate (2009)
  • Gabrielle Nussbaum
    Answers to the Tragedy of the Commons (2008)
  • Maya Milic-Strkalj
    Liberalism as Feminism: Martha Nussbaum's Capabilities Approach (2008)
  • Rebecca Faulkner
    To live or let die : a perspective on the morality of euthanizing severely handicapped infants (2006)
  • Julia Rae Felder
    The ideal of the moral law within : how rational beings find perfectionism in imperfect duties (2006)
  • Heather Ann Mills
    On the nature of persons (2006)
  • Elisabeth A. Christensen
    The metaphysical foundations of animal welfare (2005)
  • Carolyn Wills
    Death and dying in the twenty-first century : an argument for the moral permissibility of physician-assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia (2005)
  • Trishula Oswald
    Responsibility, choice, and alternatives : the presuppositions of Harry Frankfurt's counterexample (2004)
  • Jessica L. Gordon
    HIV/AIDS in the world : a test of Western ethos (2004)
  • TeriLyn Colaluca
    A just perspective : a philosophical look at women's human rights, the family & justice (2001)
  • David T. Casey
    Negative rights and social indifference : trying to resuscitate Robert Nozick's libertarianism (2001)
  • Jennifer C. Durette
    Towards a science of the mind (2000)
  • Lara Edinger
    Kant and McTaggart on time (1998)
  • Robert M. Bosco
    The human rights argument (1996)
  • Michelle Ann Ripa
    Prodigal daughters : an ethnographic study of teenage mothers / by Michelle Ann Ripa. (1996)
  • Richmond dePeyster Talbot
    The ethical permissibility of procuring anencephalic infants organs before the cessation of spontaneous cardio-respiratory functions (1993)
  • Stephanie A. DiFillipo
    Alasdair Macintyre : the narrative unity of a human life (1990)
  • Amy R. Nelson
    Investigating knowledge : an analysis of Plato's Theaetetus (142a-187b) (1990)
  • Kelly. Sj√∂lander
    Arguments from moral and legal philosophy rejecting the justifiability of reverse discrimination (1990)
  • Katherine G. Moulton
    Feeding children on philosophy : Maternal thinking and Virginia Woolf (1990)
  • Elizabeth Brooke. Ward
    Why Kantian conceptions of morality are too demanding (1988)
  • Lisa E. Ledoux
    Immanuel Kant's theory of space (1985)
  • Barbara Ellen Holmes
    The effects of industrialization on children in the mills and mines in nineteenth century England (1985)
  • Lindsay Glickman
    The internal morality of adjudication : an assessment of two models (1983)
  • Monica Foulkes
    Reason and ends in Aristotle's Ethics (1982)
  • Beth A. Rushford
    Liberty and legitimacy : administrative regulation and the rule of law (1979)
  • Susan W. Klein
    A philosophical analysis of creativity in art (1973)
  • Suzanne Hurley
    The nature of political obligations (1972)
  • Carol A. Joffe
    Wittgenstein and the nature of logical necessity (1972)
  • Julia Benedict Newton
    The nature of love; a philosophical analysis of an emotion (1971)
  • Susan J. Leach
    On the nature of metaphor (1970)
  • Susan Barrett Matthews
    The nature of moral language: an explication and critical analysis of The language of morals by R.M. Hare (1969)
  • Constance H. Cavanaugh
    Where is there? The problem of urban identity in America (1968)
  • Ellen Ann Greengross
    The relevance of phenomenology: Maurice Merleau-Ponty (1968)
  • Louise M. Henn
    Morality as metaphysically based: an exploration into the philosophy of Samuel Alexander (1968)
  • Elizabeth L. Athey
    The contemporary relevancy of utopian philosophy (1968)
  • Kathleen M. McNally
    The implication of four Upanishads for the political theory of India (1968)
  • Hope Wilson
    Hindu and Buddhist concepts in T.S. Eliot's "Four Quartets" (1968)
  • Katherine C. Crosby
    The concept of time (1967)
  • Sue Marie Perrott
    Dasein's analysis and the question of authenticity (1967)
  • Patricia A. King
    The influence of six writers on the intellectual evolution of German nationalism (1963)
  • Abigail Harriet Oberlin
    "All good things come in threes." An explication of Hegel's doctrine of the notion (1963)
  • Tulin Mentese
    Kant's view of the moral law and its consequences for certain religious concepts (1962)
  • Roberta Sue Shuler
    The function of the fine arts in civilization (1961)
  • Catherine M. Speers
    Dostoyevsky's views on suffering (1961)
  • Sara G. Terry
    The still points and the turning world; a study of T.S. Eliot's concept of time and the relationship between the temporal and the permanent, as found in "Four Quartets" (1960)
  • Dorothy Jane Kerper
    The nature and significance of choice in Aristotle, Sartre and Kierkegaard (1958)
  • Nancy Ann Gattuso
    Order and disorder in the arts (1956)
  • Regina Catherine Bahlman
    The dark tower (1952)
  • Lois Caldwell
    Study of language (1950)
  • Carolyn Rice
    Creativity in ethics (1950)
  • Dorothy Soest
    The rational animal: a study of reason and the senses in Aristotlean and Kantian epistemology with its relation to the will in their ethics (1949)
  • Mary Elizabeth Shreve
    The lion and the unicorn: a study in the duality of love (1948)
  • Rebecca Dooey
    Philosophic background of Fascism (1939)

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